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My Secret

by Heesen Yachts with Bannenberg+Rowell Design and Omega Architects

A sense of humour was what I expected to see before even looking at My Secret’s interior, Dickie Bannenberg always having a twinkle in his eye and keeping ‘our industry’ in perspective. it follows

Lady Petra

by Heesen Yachts with Omega Architects and Bannenberg & Rowell Design

Lady Petra is the eighth yacht in the 47-metre steel displacement series offered by Heesen Yachts with the option to customise just about everything apart from the basic naval architecture. When it comes to form and function, Lady Petra is unique and quite unlike the previous vessels launched by Heesen in this series. it follows

Aurelia

by Heesen Yachts with Bannenberg & Rowell and Omega Architects

The tenth 37-metre motor yacht by Dutch builder Heesen Yachts, Aurelia is a delightful high-performance boat inspired by the golden years of automotive design. Bannenberg & Rowell were responsible for the interiors, Omega Architects for the exterior. it follows

Satori

Heesen Yachts, Van Oossanen & Associates and Omega Architects

Satori is the first example of a new 50-metre all-aluminium design by Heesen Yachts. The yacht was launched at the shipyard facilities in Oss, the Netherlands in February and since then has undergone extensive testing in the North Sea before being delivered to her new owner in Monaco in May. it follows

Perle Noire

by Heesen Yachts, with Frank Laupman of Omega Architects and Gabriel Bernardi of London Interior

In June last year, Heesen Yachts delivered Perle Noire, the ninth in the successful Heesen 37-metre all aluminium line, 122’ in length. Since it was first introduced in 2004, the Heesen 37-metre line has done extremely well and continues to do so, with the tenth exemplar currently in the final production phases prior to delivery in summer this year. it follows

Blind Date

by Heesen Yachts and Omega Architects

This is a yacht that makes a real impression right from the first glance, not only because of its name – elegantly stylised in a unique logo that figures at various points aboard the vessel – but also because of its interior design and its elegant, sophisticated lines. Blind Date shares the characteristics of a series of successful vessels, including it follows

Heesen 5000 Series

by Heesen Yachts and Frank Laupman/Omega Architects

Heesen Yachts continues relentlessly in its technological research and design activities, and always comes up with surprising innovations destined once again to plot a new course in the evolution of luxury yachting. This spring the yard announced a new, ambitious project called the 6500 FDHF (Fast Displacement Hull Form), an innovative hull design developed by Dutch naval architects Van Oossanen & Associates that can greatly increase the overall performance of motor yachts. it follows

My Petra

by Heesen Yachts and Omega Architects

From the legendary waters of the North Sea to the mythical Mediterranean. The latest technological masterpiece in aluminium, made by Heesen Yachts, designed and built with superior Dutch quality. A new yacht, launched in Holland and delivered in Malta, the natural setting for beautiful Goddesses and valiant Knights. it follows

Celestial Hope

by Heesen Yachts, Omega Architects and Intarya

Rational technology and visual beauty. Inside, an elegant style that masterfully blends classic and modern, with luxurious finishes and rich ornamentation; unusual pieces of furniture are combined to sophisticated effect with other furnishings and works of art; fabrics are picked from a bright colour palette. it follows

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